With a fortnight to go, talkSPORT caught up with Tommy Fury who spent 12 minutes dismissing any idea at all that Jake Paul could win or even hurt him. He is sure that the fight won't go the distance and says he'll retire if he were to lose.
This is very concerning not because of what he's saying but because I believe he firmly believes all this. The contradiction however is Fury constantly going on about how hard he's training and the quality of who he is sparring for this fight, if that's all true then perhaps he doesn't really believe Paul is a joke. Because he isn't a joke anymore, he used to be back when they first signed to fight but today he's the bookies' favourite.
With just 2 weeks to go Paul is 8/11, Fury is 5/4 and the draw is 12/1. So the "Youtuber" losing will be considered an upset with the professionals.
At the end of the video the co-host turns to Darren Bent and puts it to him that if he had to put £50,000 on the outcome he wouldn't do it to which Bent said actually he would, he'd put it on Fury but I think I agree with the man posing the question, I wouldn't bet either way if it was my last £50k, there isn't enough to go on.
Unlike Mr Bent I don't think because he's Tyson's brother that this is a forgone conclusion, it's 50/50.